Eleanor Daggett Karsten to Anna M. Earhart, April 17, 1917


April 17th, 1917.

My dear Miss Earhart: --

Your letter addressed to Miss Addams has been referred to this office, and I take great pleasure in sending you some material in reference to the Woman's Peace Party. This organization is the section for the United States of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace, and I am including a pamphlet in reference to the work and plans of this Committee. As you will see the International Committee plans to hold a Congress at the same time and in the same place as the official Peace Conference after the war, to which Congress twenty delegates and ten alternates from each country organize as a section of the International Committee will be sent. These delegates and alternates are already chosen in the United States and are holding themselves in readiness and preparing themselves by special study to take part in this Congress whenever it may be called.

The membership dues to the Woman's Peace Party are $1.00 per year. I hope very much you may wish to enroll yourself in this organization.

Very sincerely yours,

Office Secretary.

Miss Anna M. Earhart,
Box 534,
Dayton, Washington.

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